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Form GATT-GRP For Restored Works {GATT-GRP}

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Form GATT GRP 4 Detach and read these instructions before completing this form. Make sure all applicable spaces have been lled in before you return this form. BASIC INFORMATION When to use this form: Use Form GATT/GRP on or after2. All works must have been published (or created if unpublished) January 1, 1996, to register copyright claims in a group of relatedwithin the same calendar year. Do not combine published works in which U.S. copyright was restored under the 1994 Uruguayand unpublished works on the same form. Round Agreements Act (URAA). 3. There must be at least two and not more than ten individualRestoration of copyright: Works from any source country works in the group. eligible under the URAA may be subject to automatic copyright4. All works must fit within the same classification. For example,restoration. However, to be so restored, a work must meet theall works are literary works or all works are works of the following requirements: visual arts. 1. The work is not in the public domain in its source country If all the above requirements are met, send a completed Form through expiration of the term of protection. GATT/GRP, a copy of each work to be registered, and the appropriate2. The work is in the public domain in the United States due to:filing fee together in one package addressed to: a. noncompliance with U.S. copyright formalities; Library of Congress b.lack of subject matter protection in the case of sound record- Copyright Office ings fixed before February 15, 1972; or 101 Independence Avenue, S.E. c. lack of national eligibility. Washington, D.C. 20559-6000 3. The work has at least one author (or rightholder in the case of sound recordings) who was, at the time the work was created,For delivery instructions for film prints (16 or 35 mm), contact a national or domiciliary of an eligible country. the Performing Arts Section of the Examining Division at4. If published, the work was first published in an eligible country(202)707-6040 or fax (202)707-1236. and was not published in the United States during the 30-dayApplication Form: Complete Form GATT/GRP legibly in black period following publication in the eligible country. ink or type. Photocopies of the form are permitted if reproduced on good quality 8 1/2 by 11-inch white paper and printed head to head Note about architectural works: Restoration of U.S. copyright so that the top of page two is directly behind the top of page one. for architectural works is available only to architectural worksDeposit: published or constructed on or after December 1, 1990. Unpublished Sound Recordings: Send one phonorecord of each work in the group that best represents the copyrightable content of theDefinitions: work in which U.S. rights are restored and for which registration isEligible country: A nation, other than the United States, that is abeing made, for example, audio tape, vinyl disc, or compact disc.member of the Berne Convention, or a member of the World TradePublished works: Send one copy of each work in the group that bestOrganization, or is subject to a presidential proclamation restoring therepresents the copyrightable content of each work in which U.S.U.S. copyright to works of that nation on the basis of reciprocalrights are restored and for which registration is being made, in thetreatment. following order of preference: Source country of a restored work: A nation other than the United1. The work as first published; States. 2. A reprint or re-release of the work as first published; For an unpublished work, the source country is the eligible country3. A photocopy or identical reproduction of the work as firstof which the author is a national or domiciliary. If a restored work haspublished; more than one author, the source country is the country of which the4. A revised version containing a substantial amount of the copy-majority of foreign authors are nationals or domiciliaries. If therightable content of the restored work as first published, to-majority of authors are not foreign, the source country is the nationgether with a written statement of the percentage of theother than the United States that has the most significant contacts withrestored work appearing in the revised version. the work. Exceptions: Please note the following exceptions to the deposit For a published work, the source country is the eligible country inpolicy. which the work was first published. If the restored work was pub-Previously registered works: No deposit needed for works previ-lished simultaneously in two or more eligible countries, the sourceously registered in the U.S. Copyright Office. country is the eligible country that has the most significant contactsThree-dimensional works of the visual arts: One or more photo-with the work. graphs, preferably in color. Owner of U.S. copyright: A claim in a restored work may beMachine-readable works: For works embodied only in machine- registered only in the name of the owner(s) of the U.S. copyright, thatreadable format, is, in the name of the owner(s) of all U.S. rights in that work. Aa. One machine-readable copy plus a descriptive statement* orlicensee or other owner of only certain exclusive rights in a work is notb. Representative excerpts of the work, such as printouts or, if thepermitted to register a claim in a restored work in his name. work is an audiovisual work, a videotape. Requirements for Group Registration: * A descriptive statement for a machine-readable work is a Group of Related Works: A group registration is available forseparate written statement giving the title of the work, nature of the work (for example, computer program, database, videogame, etc.),registering up to 10 individual works restored under the URAA if all the following conditions are met: plus a brief description of the purpose or subject matter of the work. Fees for Group Registration: The fee for a group registration1. The author of all U.S. restored rights must be the same for all works in the group. The owner must also be the same for all the works. But is $15 per individual title with a minimum fee of $45. The filing fee may be paid in any of the following ways: the author and the owner of all U.S. restored rights need not be the same party. Checks, money orders, or bank drafts made payable to the Register American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com<<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2of Copyrights and redeemable without service or exchange feesFor Further Information: through a U.S. institution, m

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